Lone Star Outdoor News Foundation hosts students on Ray Hubbard

It’s safe to say that fishing isn’t lost on the younger generations — at least not all of them.

Four students from Bishop Lynch High School in East Dallas were given a unique opportunity through the Lone Star Outdoor News Foundation to take a guided fishing trip on Lake Ray Hubbard Wednesday afternoon.

Parker Arnspiger, Matt Clary, Jack Navin and Reese Collum all had their fair share of success during the afternoon, with the help of local guide Johnny Procell. Before the four high schoolers could even start to sweat in the triple-digit temperatures, white bass and hybrid stripers were flying in the boat.

Procell’s tricks with his electronics put the anglers on schools of fish, and the fish were seemingly productive right off the bat.

The day provided a unique opportunity for the four young anglers — all members of their school’s fishing club — to fish in a way that was unique to them. After several hours on the water, the cooler was full with fish and everyone felt it was time to call it a day.

The trip was funded by LSONF partner and avid Texas angler Richard M. Hart.

For a full report on the experience, and to learn more about the Lone Star Outdoor News Foundation, check out the July 25 issue of Lone Star Outdoor News.